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El Book Reviews

A Day with “The Sun and Her Flowers” by Rupi Kaur
By Elham Nosrati | August 26, 2018
 
Rupi Kaur is a new generation of poets who have gone beyond conventional borders and redefined women’s lives.
A Review on Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
By Elham Nosrati | April 14, 2018
Americanah is a page turner novel with many smaller stories within which implies author’s talents. Following are the factors which would make the reader put the book aside as one of the best reads of the current year.
Review on Wind, Sand and Stars
by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
By Elham Nosrati | February 4, 2018
This book has a heart that reader can feel it beating and if synchronized with reader’s heart beat, reading’s joy will be multiplied.
Review on The Woman in Dunes by Kōbō Abe
By Elham Nosrati | January 13, 2018
The Woman in Dunes by Kōbō Abe, published in 1964, is a distinguished fiction story with Kafka's writing style. Yomiuri Prize for literature was awarded to the author of this book in 1962, as well as Prix du Meilleur Livre Étranger for Novel in 1967.
Review on Mortelle by Christopher Frank
By Elham Nosrati | September 3, 2017
Mortelle by Christopher Frank was first published in 1972. This book reflects pain one might suffer in a society without individualism.